Bankruptcy Attorney Services in Meridian, ID



Whether to file bankruptcy is an important decision and not one to make lightly. Bankruptcy is a great option for individuals heavily in debt without the means, options, or ability to effectively manage their payments and make ends meat as well. At Idaho Bankruptcy Firm, we are here for you every step of the way. From your initial consultation to the closing of your case, we are available to ensure that you get the fresh start that you deserve. Contact us today to schedule a free consultation.


At Idaho Bankruptcy Firm, we are here to help you determine if bankruptcy is right for you. It is not the right fit for everyone, but it may be the best option if you are struggling financially and unable to make ends meat.


Bankruptcy is not for everyone, but may be the best option for you if you are struggling financially, unable to make ends meat, and are constantly getting calls from a new debt collection agency every other hour.


If you are unable to pay your all your bills and constantly getting calls from collectors, bankruptcy may be the best option and the best thing for you and your family. Getting a fresh start might be the best decision of your life.
A Chapter 7 bankruptcy is no laughing matter – it is your financial future. Handled badly, it could devastate the lives of you and your dependents. If it is handled well, however, there is no need to panic, and there is no need to worry that you won’t be able to feed your family or pay your rent. Indeed, a Chapter 7 bankruptcy could represent a welcome fresh start in your life.
Essentially, Chapter 7 bankruptcy is a tradeoff – liquidation of your non-exempt assets in exchange for a debt discharge. Although your case will be adjudicated under federal law by a federal court, Idaho law applies in some instances, such as the types of exemptions for which you are eligible. A bankruptcy case can become complex, however, even if your debts and assets are few.


To maximize your chances of fully protecting your interests, you will need an experienced bankruptcy attorney at your side. Idaho Bankruptcy Firm can provide the missing piece needed to complete your bankruptcy puzzle. With offices in Meridian and Boise, we accept cases throughout the Treasure Valley and elsewhere in Idaho.
We will aggressively represent you, meticulously organize your case to make sure that none of your eligible debts will be left out, and ensure that you receive the maximum in Idaho bankruptcy exemptions so that you can keep as much of your property as possible. Most of all, we absolutely will not allow your creditors to take advantage of your distress.


In addition to helping you with the mechanics of filing for bankruptcy, we can use our understanding of the law to help you decide which option is right for you under your individual circumstances. In some cases, for example, Chapter 13 bankruptcy might be a better option, while in other cases private renegotiation of your debts with individual creditors might be the way to go.


Idaho Bankruptcy Firm is a small law firm. Because of this, we understand that you are an individual with unique needs and concerns – not just a case number. If you retain our experienced lawyers, you can be sure that we will give you and your case all of the individual attention it requires. Since every case is different, we will craft a solution to your financial problems that is just as unique as you are, instead of a “one size fits all” case strategy.
We won’t play games with your financial future, and we know exactly how to stand up to bullying creditors. If you are considering filing for Chapter 7 bankruptcy in the Treasure Valley or elsewhere in Idaho, contact us online or call us at 208-600-6131 today so that we can schedule a free initial evaluation of your case.



Joe was born and raised in a small town in south east Kansas. After doing a short stint in college in Coffeyville, KS, Joe joined the United States Air Force and served for four years as an aircraft electrician on F-15’s. Joe was stationed in Mountain Home, AFB and was deployed to Afghanistan and South Korea. After leaving the service, Joe returned to Kansas to attend law school. After law school, Joe began practicing in Montana for several years until he made the decision to return to Idaho and open his own practice. Joe is dedicated to providing aggressive representation for the individuals of the treasure valley and the State of Idaho.